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The Debut of Insight Out...the Naked Truth with Errol Strider and Rochelle Alicia Strider, on BBS Radio!

The Laughing Heart presents “Insight Out–The Naked Truth”– our weekly live radio show on Tuesday nights starting January 7 at 7 PM from Lupin Lodge in Los Gatos, CA and will be broadcast through BBS Radio. Hosted by Errol & Rochelle Alicia Strider the show offers unique, lively, humorous and insight perspectives on the human condition through conversations with Errol & Rochelle, sketches, poetry, music, guests, and interviews.

On this our Christmas Show 2013… Bethany Bach, 10 Year Old Acting Student and Author of A Two Part Book Series Including “Welcome to Kid’s World: Where the Impossible Becomes Possible”

What would happen if kids could create their own world using simply their imaginations?

10 year old Child Author and Elementary School Student, Bethany Bach answers this question and more in her first book, “Welcome to Kid’s World: Where the Impossible Becomes Possible”.

Guest for this show include: Dr. Carol Richardson, Dr. Shandell Knights and Steven Gaffney

Show Summary #29

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Topic:

The Promise of Art is Young”

Music and Merriment with your host Steve Dallas, of Golden Memories Piano Requests, on BBS Radio!

Sports Reporter/Actor/Philanthropist
Celeste Yarnall has led a multi-faceted career. She began as a model, spokesperson, and actress fresh out of high school. She was discovered by Rick and Ozzie Nelson while walking past their offices at General Service Studios in Hollywood and appeared in an episode of “Ozzie & Harriet” in 1962. Jerry Lewis personally selected this young beauty casting her as one of the students in "The Nutty Professor." Paramount then cast her in a cameo role in "A New Kind Of Love" with Paul Newman.

GARY AUSTIN is the Founder and Original Director of The Groundlings, Los Angeles’ premier character-based improvisational theatre company. Gary began his professional career as a performing member of San Francisco’s famed improvisational company, The Committee, where he worked with Second City’s Del Close.